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Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 5 and up
Rhythm, Theory, Ear Training
Hi future students! I’m Eli. I know how tough it is to teach yourself an instrument, because I struggled with it for years and years. One of my biggest issues was learning how to practice, so if that’s something you struggle with, I can certainly help you develop a routine to which you would follow
Teaching since 1990
Teaches students 5 to 13
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Classes are based on the appreciation that all children are musical. Lessons focus on learning to sing in tune while keeping a beat and participating with confidence. In order to better engage students holistically through mind/body, yoga-based activities are blended into each music lesson. Amy
Awarded 1st Place from The Gong Show
Teaching since 2002
Teaches students 5 to 70
I am passionate about giving lessons, my students thrive and learn to understand that as they were given a unique talent to tell stories through music, it is important that they do that to the absolute best of their ability.
There is a saying that goes:
"People will not often remember what you say, but they will always remember how you made them feel"
Many people have been given different gifts but when someone hears you sing a song that is near and dear to their heart, using the gift of voice, I want them to remember how you made them feel.
People always say that I leave it all on the stage when I perform, well that's where it belongs. I want to touch people, make them remember great experiences they have had and even some sad moments.
I want to inspire them, cause nostalgia and emotions of every type with my performance of a song. This is the language I speak, I sing music and I help people to relate the experiences of their lives to the music they hear.
If you inspire to ...
I have many student reviews on several platforms from all over the world, the good the bad and the ugly. I have fired students and i have helped students thrive who want to be the best they can be, what type of student are you? This is supposed to be the area where they tell the teachers to sel
People heard it and were shocked, I’m pretty shy and timid, but Jazz brought out the best in me, she helped me to make the most important day of my life even more special, thanks Jazz
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2009
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from University of Evansville
With nearly 25 years of playing the piano as a student, solo artist, and accompanist I bring this experience with me to every lesson to make all lessons equally informative and fun. Piano lessons are always goal oriented and will include learning proper technique, general music theory including how to read notes and rhythms, music terminology, and it will be paced based on the student's level. This will result in a well rounded musician while still having a fun, fulfilling experience.
Music has been an integral part of my life. I have 8 years of teaching experience between teaching in public schools as well as privately. I have a Bachelors of Music in Music Education. I learned how to play my first instrument starting 24 years ago and haven't stopped since. Teaching and music ar
My Linh M.
Classical Piano and Pipe Organ from Mira Costa College
Teaches students 6 to 18
Awarded Senior Achievement Award, Pacific Southwest Province from Mu Phi Epsilon
My Linh M.
I seek to teach the language of music; to give students the basic building blocks they need in order to find their own style of expression and harmony in life. When I was growing up practicing piano, I hated how boring it was to practice (I still loathe practicing!). I want to show students how they can break the music down and enjoy the tone of the simplest chord, and find practicing to be more brain engaging.
Learning an instrument requires commitment and responsibility, both from teacher and student. Please let me know at least 24 hours ahead of time if a lesson is to be missed, and we can schedule a make-up lesson.
Learning is a two-way process. I cannot teach if the student is not willing to listen, learn, and try new things. Practicing MUST be a daily routine (at least 20-30 minutes a day); without practice we cannot move forward.
With younger children, I ask that the ...
About My Linh
Hi there, my name is My Linh (pronounced "Mee-Lin") and I would love to help you get started with the basics of music! Studying a musical instrument takes dedication and patience. If you put in the hard work and practice, it will pay off! I try my best to cater to each student's unique needs
Speaks German, French, Italian
Teaching since 2007
Teaches students 10 and up
In this class you will learn music theory, sight reading, voical techniques, how to warm up and practice.
I have a Master's in Acting and Directing and support fields in Music. I coach singing, acting, speech, and piano for a wide range of ages. I teach many styles of acting from stage to film and in between including Shakespeare I have studied a variety of methods on acting and will cater to the inte
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During my time with Michelle, I felt that my lessons were excellently paced—she knew when to push and challenge me, but also made sure I was comfortable with the material, and didn't rush me if something proved more difficult. Over the years, we progressed through theory, breathing techniques, scales, playing with an accompanist or another flutist, etc. in a way that felt very natural and appropriate. Additionally, the relationship we built became very important to me as a student. There were several times that, as an overextended middle- or high-schooler, I seriously thought about quitting flute—but the idea of stopping lessons with Michelle was sad enough to make me reconsider each time. I truly appreciated how much she cared about me both as a musician and as a person, and was thankful in the end to have kept playing with her as long as I did.
Michelle is easy-going and knowledgeable, kind and talented, understanding and wonderful. I will always be so grateful for the kind of instruction and encouragement I received from her—she helped me grow as a musician in every way. Thank you so much!!"
There are so many different types of singing styles and genres out there. Throughout the centuries, the many different cultures around the world came up with their own scales and modes, and different types of music emerged. These styles, or genres of music, are just as diverse and varied as the cultures themselves. Each genre has its own special characteristics that make it different from others, and each genre presents unique challenges for singers. Here's a list of the most common genr …
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